What is Homeopathy for Dogs and Cats?
Homeopathic remedies are generally offered as tiny round pellets, granules, liquids, or more. The remedies are made from animal, mineral, or vegetable sources. With each production step, the remedy is diluted by a factor of 10 or more, and then the substance endures succussions until prepared. The potency of a homeopathic corresponds with the dilutions and succussions it has been subjected to.
The American Veterinary Medical Association considers veterinary homeopathy to be the practice of veterinary medicine and only licensed veterinarians can legally practice this care. The World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes homeopathy as the fastest growing and the 2nd largest system of medicine.
Determining the best and most appropriate homeopathy for your pet requires a physical examination as well as in-depth history review. In-depth history review can include emotional well-being, medical history, allergies, drinking/eating habits, and much more. You may be required to keep a written history of your pet’s activities. As there are over 2,500 homeopathic medicines currently, the consultation is essential in order for our holistic veterinarians to select the best homeopathy for your dog or cat. Our holistic veterinarians utilize experience, training, and the “Materia Medica” to hone in on the best remedy for your pet.
The frequency of administration and dose of homeopathy depends on the condition of the pet. Homeopathy can require that the patient receive a second or even third dose of the substance. The longer the pet has had the illness, the longer it will take to provide relief for that issue. Homeopathy for cats and dogs utilizes the “law of minimum dose” – this means that the lower the dose of medicine, the greater it’s effectiveness.
Dr. Danielle is Certified in Homeopathics and teaches at Bioethicus Institute – Brazil. We utilize this form of energetic medicine daily with cats and dogs.
Arnica Montana is a commonly used Homeopathic for pain in dogs and cats.